Building for social translucence: A domain analysis and prototype system
|Building for social translucence: A domain analysis and prototype system|
|Author(s)||McDonald D.W., Gokhman S., Zachry M.|
|Published in||Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, CSCW|
|Keyword(s)||social translucence, system architecture, wikipedia (Extra: Architectural support, Collaborative systems, Content creation, Domain analysis, Prototype system, social translucence, Sociotechnical, System architectures, Wikipedia, Interactive computer systems, Network architecture, Systems analysis, Visualization, Websites, Computer supported cooperative work)|
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Building for social translucence: A domain analysis and prototype system is a 2012 conference paper written in English by McDonald D.W., Gokhman S., Zachry M. and published in Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, CSCW.
The relationships and work that facilitate content creation in large online contributor system are not always visible. Social translucence is a stance toward the design of systems that allows users to better understand collaborative system participation through awareness of contributions and interactions. Like many socio-technical constructs, social translucence is not something that can be simply added after a system is built; it should be at the core of system design. In this paper, we conduct a domain analysis to understand the space of architectural support required to facilitate social translucence in systems. We describe an instantiation of those requirements as a system architecture that relies on data from Wikipedia and illustrate how translucence can be propagated to some basic visualizations which we have created for Wikipedia users. We close with some reflections on the state of social translucence research and some openings for this important design perspective.
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